Kenneth MacKenzie

Kenneth MacKenzie is a piper and fiddler, raised in a Gaelic-speaking and musical family in Mabou, Cape Breton. Kenneth’s music makes him an in-demand performer at dances, concerts, and festivals at home and further afield. He is an accomplished recording artist and, along with his brother Angus (Dàimh, Seudan), recorded and released the album Pìob is Fìdheall, nominated for both Music Nova Scotia and East Coast Music Awards. Kenneth is the Director of Education and VP of Beinn Mhàbu, Colaisde na Gàidhlig and a founding Director of the first Gaelic immersion school outwith Scotland, Taigh Sgoile na Drochaide. Kenneth currently lives in Mabou with his wife Jenny and their three young children.

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